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Behind a pair of doubles from freshman Mike Waldron, the White squad posted a 2-0 victory to take game one of the three-game Red-White Series. The Red team has the bases loaded with one out in the final inning, but Ben Miller got a 6-4-3 double play to earn the save.
When he's patrolling left field at Kaufman Stadium, Alex Gordon wears his royal blue home uniform. When he's on the road competing in the vast Major League Baseball universe, he's wearing Kansas City
Head Coach Darin Erstad released Nebraska's 2016 baseball schedule on Monday morning. The 56-game schedule kicks off on Friday, Feb. 19, when the Huskers open a three-game series against the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C. Nebraska will play its first 10 games away from Lincoln before hosting its home opener on Tuesday, March 8, with an afternoon contest against Northern Colorado at Hawks Field
The Nebraska baseball is set to conclude fall practice next week with its annual three-game Red-White Series. Game one is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 13, while the series continues on Wednesday and Thursday, with first pitched set for 6 p.m. all three nights. Admission is free all three days and concession stands will be open with a limited selection.
Four former Huskers are on 40-man rosters for the 2015 MLB Playoffs, which ties Nebraska for the third in the country. Nebraska, along with North Carolina, Florida State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt all have four former players on 40-man rosters, while LSU has five former players and Long Beach State leads the nation with six former players.
Baseball America recently released its list of the top pro prospects in all 17 summer leagues around the country and Nebraska junior outfield Ryan Boldt was tabbed as the No. 2 prospect from the Cape Cod League.
Eight current and former Husker student-athletes across all sports will earn their undergraduate degrees from the University of Nebraska during commencement exercises on Saturday starting at 9 a.m. at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
With Kansas City owning an 11½-game lead in the American League's Central Division, the Royals have a luxury that seems almost as rare as a 100-carat diamond. That means the Royals don't have to rush